Brooklyn-based designer Aimee Wilder brings her quirky handmade wallpaper and fabric designs to the Architectural Digest Design Show and previews her upcoming area rug collection, Eclipse, shown in the harvest colorway.
Brooklyn-based Avo introduces the woven leather Canyon Stripe design with a braided effect (right), and showcases its hand-painted hides (left).
Artist Carol Benson-Cobb displays her art work in a stand anchored by her new tufted geometric design created for Creative Touch rugs and based on the artist's textiles.
Castelluxe displays its growing selection of hand-knotted and hand-tufted designs, including the multi-dimensional Torn in a blue and gray color combination.
Creative Touch scored with AD show shoppers with a popular best-sellering abstract look, above, and showcased designs from its collaboration with artist Carolyn Benson-Cobb, who exhibited in a space right next to Creative Touch.
FRENCH ACCENTS RUGS
French Accents showcased its weaving acumen in a new contemporary rug using different wool and silk yarns and blends to create texture.
German design house Jan Kath, shows off the Common Threads collection of rugs designed by Kyle Clarkson of New York's Kyle + Kath in collaboration with the Santa Fe International Folk Art Museum (read full story
New York City area rug studio Marc Phillips Decorative Rugs showcases a Moroccan collection wool design called Panorama at the AD Design Show.
Nasiri spotlighted its captivating handwoven blue and orange Mazandaran flatweave design, inspired by kilims crafted in the Mazandaran province in northwest Iran.
NEW ENGLAND COLLECTION
Classics reworked in fashion colors took center stage at the New England Collection stand with a Scandinavian-inspired design from its Scandia collection.
Nourison made a splash at the AD Design Show with a media tour, Mina Victory silent auction pillows for DIFFA, and Christopher Guy collection rug, including the new Starfire in Paloma gray of wool and silk hand-knots (read full story
Pasargad gets an expansive stand to present its glamorous furniture and accessories, shown with two over-sized rugs, here the contemporary Firenze in beige and silver.
Brooklyn-based Tantuvi, founded by designer Arati Rao, returned to the spring fair's Made section and launches its new Fragment series of cotton flatweave rugs and coordinating pillows at the AD show.
THAYER DESIGN STUDIO
In the Made section at AD Design, the Boston-based Thayer Design Studio showcased its unique combination of modern angled motifs crafted with natural wool using traditional weaving techniques. The Studio rug is shown.
THE NEW TRADITIONALISTS
Hand-tufted of wool and silk, Lattice was part of a curated selection of full rugs and samples from The New Traditionalists at AD Design.
From the Tibetano + Crush Wrks collaboration between the rug maker and artist Adrienne Jackson, comes the Shelter Moonlight design.
In its jewel box of a booth, New York-based Tibet Home presented brilliant gemstone colored rugs, including this shaded yellow gold and silver area rug of wool and silk handmade in Nepal.
WARP & WEFT
Warp & Weft continues to grow its rug collaboration with design studio Yabu Pushelberg, adding the debuting Phase 2 to the Grid collection at the AD Design Show. Shown on the floor, Sequence design.